As I mentioned in a previous post, my cousin Eena got married this past summer (it is also her birthday month right now, so swing by her blog and drop a greeting hehe). My sister and I were part of her and her husband Chris’s wedding party. It was such a fun afternoon and evening.
In April of this year, my grandpa gave me his film camera. I have been wanting to own one and to start shooting film, so I was incredibly excited! I love playing with the camera settings and enjoy the notion of not exactly knowing how a photo turns out (although I always hope they turn
As I’m writing this, the leaves are falling outside, the sun sets earlier and we’ve had several rainy days. Fall is a beautiful season, but this post is a little throwback to a sunny and warmer celebration this past summer. My family hosted a large beach potluck in July to celebrate three events: my sister’s
Yay for hole-in-the-wall cafés!! One day in July, I met up with some friends and we swung by Le Marché St. George. It has a rustic exterior and is nestled in a quiet residential area just a few blocks off of Main Street in Vancouver. Le Marché St. George is also beautifully decorated inside. There
I love flowers. Flower fields, flower farms, flower festivals. Years ago, my parents took my sister and I to this tulip festival in Washington. I remember running on the marked paths between the rows of tulips, and each row was a different colour. It’s such a beautiful and colourful memory. Last summer, we switched things
First blog post! Woohoo! For those who don’t know, I’m Angie. I’m a twenty-something-year-old from the west coast of Canada. My family, friends, small towns, sweet cafés, sushi and record shops make my heart happy. I also love road trips, hiking and reading. There’s so much of the world’s beauty and history that I want to